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Ecstasy Addiction

Ecstasy is a commonly-used name for MDMA (3, 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine). This drug was originally developed for use as an appetite suppressant, but it was never widely used for this purpose because it has hallucinogenic properties. MDMA was used for a short time in the 1960s as a treatment for some types of mental illness, but using the drug for this purpose only made the patients worse.


Ecstasy and Memory Links

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Ecstasy Basics

Ecstasy, or methylene-dioxymethyl amphetamine (MDMA), is a synthetic hallucinogenic stimulant, which usually comes in pill form. The drug is a stimulant that produces psychedelic effects, and it's manufactured in home laboratories. The active oral dose of MDMA is 75 mg. On average, most pills contain under 100 mg of MDMA - the rest is inactive pill filler which can include food dye, starch, or talcum powder.


Ecstasy Effects

The immediate effect of ecstasy is a feeling of euphoria. Users get a sense of well-being, invincibility and connection to others with ecstasy. Along with increased stamina, energy and alertness that are effects of most stimulant drugs, ecstasy is best known and used because of the connectivity and general sense of happiness users attribute to this drug.


Ecstasy FAQ

» Doesn't Esctasy contain heroin, speed and cocaine? » Why doesn't Ecstasy get me high anymore? » How can you know what you are taking? » How long does Ecstasy remain in the body and system? » Is Ecstasy addictive? » How many die from using Ecstasy? Isn't it very risky? » What causes Ecstasy-related deaths? » Does sex on Ecstasy result in impotence or inability to orgasm? » Does ecstasy cause any problems with contraceptive pills?


Ecstasy FAQ

» Doesn't Esctasy contain heroin, speed and cocaine? » Why doesn't Ecstasy get me high anymore? » How can you know what you are taking? » How long does Ecstasy remain in the body and system? » Is Ecstasy addictive? » How many die from using Ecstasy? Isn't it very risky? » What causes Ecstasy-related deaths? » Does sex on Ecstasy result in impotence or inability to orgasm? » Does ecstasy cause any problems with contraceptive pills?


Ecstasy Safe Dancing

We recommend that you do not use Ecstasy. Visit our Ecstasy effects page to learn why. But if you if you are in the company of individuals using Ecstasy or are actually planning to use yourself, be aware of these safety precautions, especially when you're on the dance floor so that your risk of becoming a statistic is lessened. Again, the best choice is not using and avoidance of those who do. drink water The recommended amount of water to drink is 500ml for every hour of dancing. Remember: sip, don't gulp. Do not drink too much water. drink fruit juices They are more efficient in replacing lost nutrients. Avoid fizzy drinks as they can cause nausea.


Ecstasy Therapy

the first nibble Before smileys, glow sticks and Mitsubishis, before raves and techno, Ecstasy had a lengthy, respected, and legal career as a psychotherapeutic drug. MDMA had been chanced upon by the German pharmaceutical company Merck in 1912 (they also extracted cocaine from coca leaves around the same time). It was patented but since it had no obvious use it soon disappeared off the radar. Contrary to rumors, it was not developed as a diet pill. healing the mind In 1965, the American biochemist Alexander Shulgin rediscovered Ecstasy while searching for psychotherapeutic drugs.



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